In 1991, the School relocated from the old laboratory to the new, School of Sciences Complex that was built by the military Government and commissioned by Colonel Raji Rasaki, the then Military Governor of Lagos State. It was after this movement that the name of the School changed from Natural and Applied Sciences to the School of Sciences, under the headship of a Dean who was supported by two Sub-Deans, one for Natural Sciences and the other for Applied Sciences. During that time, the School had six (6) departments which were: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Integrated Sciences and Physical Health Education. The Computer Science Department was later established in 1993.
The objectives of the programme include:
Teaching, administration of tests and organization of: students’ week, football competitions, excursion and field trips.
The School also supports members of staff for conference attendance. At present, the School has one (1) member of staff on study leave that is being sponsored by Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETfund).